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Yorkshire Water constructs wetland scheme to boost water quality and wildlife

Yorkshire Water constructs wetland scheme to boost water quality and wildlife

Yorkshire Water constructs wetland scheme to boost water quality and wildlife

06 May 2021

A nature-based scheme at the Clifton wastewater treatment works, near Doncaster, will help naturally filter phosphorus from treated water.


Royal family wish Archie a happy second birthday

Royal family wish Archie a happy second birthday

Royal family wish Archie a happy second birthday

06 May 2021

The royal family posted messages on social media on Thursday morning, alongside images of Archie when he was a baby.


Blinken says US-UK free trade deal will take ‘some time’ to agree

Blinken says US-UK free trade deal will take ‘some time’ to agree

Blinken says US-UK free trade deal will take ‘some time’ to agree

06 May 2021

The US Secretary of State said President Joe Biden was determined to ensure the gains of the Good Friday Agreement are protected.


Royal Navy patrolling Jersey waters as French boats stage fishing rights protest

Royal Navy patrolling Jersey waters as French boats stage fishing rights protest

Royal Navy patrolling Jersey waters as French boats stage fishing rights protest

06 May 2021

HMS Severn and HMS Tamar have been deployed by the UK Government to ‘monitor the situation’.


Party leaders cast ballots in Scottish Parliament election

Party leaders cast ballots in Scottish Parliament election

Party leaders cast ballots in Scottish Parliament election

06 May 2021

Anas Sarwar and Alex Salmond voted early on Thursday.


Polling station set up in car boot ‘after church warden overslept’

Polling station set up in car boot ‘after church warden overslept’

Polling station set up in car boot ‘after church warden overslept’

06 May 2021

Toby Porter said he voted at a car boot in Oxford after his polling station failed to open on time.


French fishing vessels approaching Jersey was like an invasion, says fisherman

French fishing vessels approaching Jersey was like an invasion, says fisherman

French fishing vessels approaching Jersey was like an invasion, says fisherman

06 May 2021

About 60 French boats gathered at the port of St Helier on Thursday to protest over fishing licence changes.


Three-year-old boy seriously injured in e-scooter hit-and-run

Three-year-old boy seriously injured in e-scooter hit-and-run

Three-year-old boy seriously injured in e-scooter hit-and-run

06 May 2021

The youngster was walking on a pavement with his grandmother when he was hit from behind.


No hint that Covid variants can fully evade vaccines, says scientist

No hint that Covid variants can fully evade vaccines, says scientist

No hint that Covid variants can fully evade vaccines, says scientist

06 May 2021

Professor Sharon Peacock said there was no suggestion the virus was mutating to avoid inoculation but it could be years before it was harmless.


Next hikes profit targets as high street reopenings spark sales bounce

Next hikes profit targets as high street reopenings spark sales bounce

Next hikes profit targets as high street reopenings spark sales bounce

06 May 2021

The fashion retailer said total full price sales have risen by 19% over the past three weeks.


Politicians north and south condemn Troubles ‘amnesty’ plan

Politicians north and south condemn Troubles ‘amnesty’ plan

Politicians north and south condemn Troubles ‘amnesty’ plan

06 May 2021

Reports suggest the Government is set to introduce a statute of limitations on prosecutions for conflict crimes that occurred pre-1998.


Polling stations open across Great Britain for Super Thursday

Polling stations open across Great Britain for Super Thursday

Polling stations open across Great Britain for Super Thursday

06 May 2021

Ballots will be cast across the country in the largest test of political opinion outside a general election.


Royal Navy ships patrolling Jersey amid post-Brexit fishing rights row

Royal Navy ships patrolling Jersey amid post-Brexit fishing rights row

Royal Navy ships patrolling Jersey amid post-Brexit fishing rights row

06 May 2021

HMS Severn and HMS Tamar have been deployed to ‘monitor the situation’ at the Channel Island.


Travel leaders criticise ‘cautious’ Government approach to foreign trips

Travel leaders criticise ‘cautious’ Government approach to foreign trips

Travel leaders criticise ‘cautious’ Government approach to foreign trips

06 May 2021

Industry figures have condemned plans to make UK travellers take Covid tests even when vaccinated.


Voters in Wales head to polls for Senedd election

Voters in Wales head to polls for Senedd election

Voters in Wales head to polls for Senedd election

06 May 2021

This year’s Welsh Parliament election is the first since the legislature was renamed from the National Assembly of Wales.


What the papers say – May 6

What the papers say – May 6

What the papers say – May 6

06 May 2021

Boris Johnson’s move to send navy boats to Jersey dominates the front pages on Thursday.


Voters heading to polls for crucial Holyrood election

Voters heading to polls for crucial Holyrood election

Voters heading to polls for crucial Holyrood election

05 May 2021

Nicola Sturgeon seems certain to be returned as First Minister but everything else is up for grabs as Scots cast their votes.


Who is up for election and how long will results take?

Who is up for election and how long will results take?

Who is up for election and how long will results take?

05 May 2021

Elections are being held across Great Britain.


Voters across Great Britain go to the polls on Super Thursday

Voters across Great Britain go to the polls on Super Thursday

Voters across Great Britain go to the polls on Super Thursday

05 May 2021

Ballots will be cast across Great Britain in the largest test of political opinion outside of a general election.


Harry and Meghan to celebrate Archie’s second birthday

Harry and Meghan to celebrate Archie’s second birthday

Harry and Meghan to celebrate Archie’s second birthday

05 May 2021

Fans will be hoping the couple follow royal tradition and release a picture of Archie to mark his second birthday.


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